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Grade Three
(Level One: Adjectives & Adverbs; Prepositional Phrases)

October's Focus - 
Different Ways to Teach Prepositional Phrases
Introduction
Links to location of the exercise in the workbooks.

1
A Card Game for Memorizing Prepositions
from Crystal Bowser, Springfield, MO.
2
 Memorizing Prepositions with the Preposition Song
3 Identification Tips
4  Fill-in-the-Blanks (Welty's "A Worn Path")
Exercise Notes
5  Preposition Hide and Seek
from Irene Meaker, Ph.D., Lincoln, NE.
6 Preposition Map
from Irene Meaker, Ph.D., Lincoln, NE.
7  Shoebox Preposition Activity
from Irene Meaker, Ph.D., Lincoln, NE.
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Treasure Hunts
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10  Recognizing Subjects and Verbs -- From "Three Little Pigs" 
Ex AK L1.1. S/V
11  Several Approaches to One Text:
A Paragraph from "Cinderella"
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13  Compound Objects of Prepositions
Exercise #1 AK G3 L1.5 PPhrases
Exercise #2 AK G6 "
Writing Sentences 
with Compound Objects of Prepositions
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18  "To" -- Is it a preposition? [Instructional Material]
Ex #1 AK G8 L2.2.1 "To"
Ex #2 AK G7 "
Ex # 3 AK G10 "
Ex # 4 AK G11 "
Ex # 5 AK G5 "
Ex # 6 AK G9 "
19 Writing Sentences with "To" and "Too"
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22 Preposition or Subordinate Conjunction?
Instructional Overhead
Ex #1 AK G3; 1Yr L2.2.2 -PP or SC
Ex #2 AK G4: IG4 "
Writing Sentences -- Is it a preposition? " "
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25 Preposition? Adverb? Or Part of the Verb?
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28  Dealing with Gerunds with Complements
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